Chairman Tate uses race card again to divert the issues in the WI-7 Congressional Race

In another sign of  of their lack of regard for respect to all people, the Democratic Party of Wisconsin again is using racial references to attack Sean Duffy over the new immigration law signed by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer. This is the third time in the past year the State Democratic Party leader is using racial references to attack conservatives.

In a press release issued this morning, Chairman Tate is again trying to paint Sean Duffy a racist in order to get his stance on an important issue like immigration.  An example is the DPW is again using false statements about Sean Duffy being at the Wausau Tea Party in which none of the articles written in the mainstream media found Mr. Duffy to be in attendance there on tax day. Second, Chairman Tate is using the article of a Cardinal in the Los Angeles Archdiocese which had no mention of Duffy whatsoever to paint him as what he called “a German Nazi, Russan Communist” to document the press release.

When looking at Google Maps today, Sean Duffy’s hometown of Ashland is nearly seven hours away from the Canadian border and is not physically next to the border connected to Canada.   Hardly, there is an issue by the U.S.-Canadian border.

Chairman Tate’s divisive and polarizing rhetoric has no place in Wisconsin politics.  We again call Chairman Tate to apologize to the Duffy Campaign or tender his resignation at the state convention in June at Middleton if he plans to continue to divide Wisconsin.

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2 responses to “Chairman Tate uses race card again to divert the issues in the WI-7 Congressional Race

  1. Pingback: Mike Tate Watch gets to the truth on the Lora Rae Anderson situation. « Mike Tate Watch

  2. I couldn’t care less about Duffy, who’s just another corporate-sponsored lawyer. (Yes, I checked out his funding.) If people really want someone who’ll bring a good change, they should vote for dan Mielke!

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